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Get The Scoop On NYC Council Speaker Adrienne Adams on Mayor Adams’ Announcement of His Administration’s Proposed Zoning Text Amendment for Housing

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Statement from Speaker Adams on Mayor Adams’ Announcement of His Administration’s Proposed Zoning Text Amendment for Housing

NYC Mayor Eric Adams and NYC Council Speaker Adrienne Adams

The housing crisis that has exacerbated homelessness and made our city less affordable demands comprehensive solutions. We welcome Mayor Adams and City Planning’s encouraging and thoughtful proposals as a starting point towards critical changes that will help us equitably produce more housing across the city to confront these challenges.

Housing and zoning policies have historically furthered economic and racial segregation, deepened inequities, and locked communities out of opportunities. That’s why it is imperative that our city’s policies and zoning align to achieve housing growth through the lens of equity and access, accompanied by investments in economic opportunity, schools, transit, healthcare, and other institutions that help stabilize communities.

The Council is committed to advancing the necessary changes through a citywide text amendment and complementary strategies, including my Fair Housing Framework and increased affordability, to confront our housing crisis. We look forward to conducting a thorough review of the proposals in these preliminary scoping documents and continuing discussions with the Administration and all stakeholders throughout this process to successfully advance the city’s housing needs.

Delivering results for New Yorkers will require actions at the city level, along with essential contributions from our state and federal partners.”

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